Martin is quite right
It was disgraceful not explaining tolerences of the equipment to the crews when they were setting up their bikes, it is sheer luck that the others did not get caught out too.
Clearly the only way to be sure is to set the bike at 59.5 miles per hour and take a small loss of time in the pit area. Even then a team could be caught out.
The equipment is not accurate enough to measure those amounts of speed, they cant say he was going over 60mph at that small fraction as the equipment is incapable of measuring those amounts to that accuracy.
The bike should have been impounded at the end of the race and then Guy should have been told to ride through the trap three times to see what speed it registered with the limiter on and with no one allowed to touch the bike.
What were his results the first time they checked his speeds? they didnt tell him he was a bit slow and should adjust it up a little?? What were those results? Or was he spot on straight away?
I think he was absolutely right to be in the mood he was in, it was a sham and let the organisers down in a big way.
I also agree with others about Ryan, what a superb ride for second place, he cried because he was so pleased for second place, I almost cried because a combination of pit problems and back markers just stole first from his grasp, he won it on the road, lost it in the pits.
Loads of superb riders in the TT this year. Mc Guiness needs to work on fitness he needs to lose weight build strength and come back next year lean and mean or this will all start slipping from him, these new lads are as fit as whippets, Hutchy, Plater (absent) and co.
Michael Dunlop the same, also he needs to chill with what the fans think about him, we all rate him as a good rider so chill, get super fit, tidy up for self discipline and it will happen.
The bar has been raised at the TT and everyone has to try and go with it.